[What Has Been Seen Cannot Be Unseen, What Has Been Learned Cannot Be Unknown. You Cannot Change The Past, But You Can Learn From It. You Can Grow From It. You Can Be Made Stronger. You Can Use That Strength To Change Your Life, To Change Your Future.]

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